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  • Success Story from the Italian country unit of Bosch Rexroth AG

    EFQM
    14 June 2017
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    BOSCH REXROTH S.p.A.

    RECOGNISED FOR EXCELLENCE 3 STAR - 2015

    As part of the Bosch Group, Bosch Rexroth S.p.A. highly values the concept of continuous improvement and the first reason why EFQM was chosen was because it represented a comprehensive CIP instrument. In addition, it is always difficult for people to be able to objectively evaluate the status of the company they work in. Therefore, the feedback of an EFQM level of excellence is so important...

  • EFQM Journey to Excellence - CHNP

    The Journey of a modern rehabilitation clinic

    EFQM
    24 April 2017
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    Centre Hospitalier Neuro-Psychiatrique

    Recognised for Excellence 4 Star in 2015

    Discover the journey of a modern rehabition clinic that was Recognised for Excellence 4 Star in 2015! Located in Luxembourg, the Centre Hospitalier Neuro-Psychiatrique (CHNP) shares with you its story and how the implementaiton of the EFQM Excellence Model enabled them to shed the image of an antiquated state-owned psychiatry to a modern rehabilitation clinic that takes into account the expectations and needs of all parties involved. 

  • Embedding Innovation in your Organisation’s DNA

    EFQM
    28 February 2014
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    Large or small, public or private, you need to have an ‘Innovation Compass’

    You need to have an Innovation Compass? Successful innovators find ways to manage the delicate balance of investing in the future, whilst sustaining the benefits being obtained from their current core offerings. -They forecast how much Innovation they need and what specifically it should achieve for them, but the big question is how best to do this?

  • RADAR - The EFQM's Management Tool

    EFQM
    28 February 2014
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    Did you know that when RADAR was originally launched the EFQM intended that the tool should be used in day-to-day management, and not solely for assessment?

    The RADAR developers realised that a truly effective tool for assessment should be based, not upon something different or additional to good management practice, but rather upon what any good manager or management team should be doing in their daily work.